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pupper Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock 03 shocker, e-orracle (E1 & E2),impy w/ WAS & I-frame, angels, timmys
Marker Setup: 05 DARK shocker, freak kit, freeflow bolt, q-lock feedneck, CPdrop w/ on-off, crossfire 90/4500
q-lock or any other water clamp style feedneck freeflow bolt or HE bolt
Strengths: with the Nerve board its "hellishly" fast
Weaknesses: Feedneck , bolt
Review: the DARK shocker is another fantastic marker from WARPED. the styling they put into their Private Label markers is stunning.all of the upgrades they use are great. the feedneck was the only thing i had a problem with. i bought an empire reloader b and it was to loose so i put a q-lock on it and that fixed the problem. the stock bolt which comes from smart parts is just a gas hog. get a freeflow or a HE bolt and you will get 3/4 of a case (1500) out of a 68/4500. the nerve board is great for rec. ball but unless you're in the nxl the ramping feature must be turned off for most tournys. which is easy, just sucks you cant use it
Conclusion: beautiful marker ready to tear *HIT up out of the box. the price tags' alittle salty but you definitly get what you want with this marker.
9 out of 10

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